“I’ve been watching Arrow since the very beginning. I was there when it was only about relationships and some less-than-convincing acting. But I was also there to see it grow and evolve into something I don’t think anyone could’ve expected. As Season 1 continued to unfold, the show improved in almost every possible way and ended with a finale that hit me harder than any other show did that year.
“With all that behind it, Arrow had some pretty lofty expectations going onto Season 2, and many people, myself included, wondered if it would be able to continue to improve in the way it did with the previous season. However, it didn’t take long for our fears to be put to rest, as the very first episode of Season 2 Arrow came out swinging and never really stopped until the credits rolled on the finale.”
Click here to read the rest of this review, where I go in-depth into all the many, many ways Arrow’s triumphant second season defied expectations and became one of the most consistently involving and exciting shows on network television. And if you missed my recaps of the final four episodes of the season, you can check those out right here on BagoGames.